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Topic - Scott O'Neil
Brett Brown pulled out a chair, propped a foot on the seat, and settled in for another pep talk.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The chief executive of the NHL's New Jersey Devils and NBA's Philadelphia 76ers doesn't believe the teams will be cast in a bad light by agreeing to a multiyear sponsorship deal with one of the world's leading online poker companies.
Adam Aron stepped down as Philadelphia 76ers CEO on Monday and was replaced by former Madison Square Garden Sports president Scott O'Neil.
"You look at your cameras and the number of pixels you get on your cameras have been growing exponentially, and we've been trying to use that technology and see its applicability to weaponry," said Scott O'Neil, executive director of the warfare center.
In development for about a decade, the 2-foot-long missile will cost $20,000 to $25,000 apiece once it officially hits the market, Mr. O'Neil said.