As the Chief Executive Officer of Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment, Brett Yormark oversees the business enterprise that manages and controls the Brooklyn Nets, Barclays Center, the New York Islanders business operations, NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, and the Nets’ Development League affiliate, the Long Island Nets.
Yormark is a member of the Board of Advisory Directors for both the Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center.
Bea's friends at Lon Mark International extend our sincerest thoughts to Justin Walker, her husband and friend to many in the Lon Works community, and to their families.
For us, Bea will be sorely missed as a friend and as a leading figure in the world of control networks — a world she played a large role in creating.
For more than 18 years Bea was a leader at Echelon, guiding the Lon Works market to where it is today.She also served on the board of the Continental Building Automation Association.Outside the Lon Works community, Bea served on the Purdue University, College of Science, Dean's Leadership Council.Shortly after getting the abortion in 2011, Yormark broke up with her, reports the .Purcell’s lawsuit states that Yormark’s coercion on the matter inflicted significant amounts of stress on her.There will be a star-studded wedding party tonight at the Wolffer Estate in Sagaponack for Brooklyn Nets and Barclays Center CEO Brett Yormark and bride, Elaina Scotto, sister of “Good Day New York” anchor Rosanna.Those expected include Matt Lauer, Katie Couric, Jason Kidd, Michael Strahan, Bruce Ratner and Town broker Jonathan Cohen.In addition to Barclays, Yormark has signed agreements with six major partners for Barclays Center, including ADT, Cushman & Wakefield, Emblem Health, Foxwoods Resort Casino, Metro PCS, and Stolichnaya.Other sponsors secured by Yormark include Willis, Haier America, Phillips-Van Heusen, Anheuser-Busch, High Point Solutions, and The Coca-Cola Company.Since the promise was made verbally and without legal counsel, it was not legally enforceable, according to judges.Purcell’s lawyers countered that the lawsuit wasn’t about the verbal agreement, but rather the interference by Yormark in the woman’s ”recognized reproductive liberties” by ”maliciously and fraudulently commandeering and corrupting (her) protected right to wield control over her body and make her own reproductive choices.” But appeals justices upheld the original decision, saying that ”all of plaintiff’s claims were based on defendant’s promise to stay in her life, which is unenforceable.” Purcell’s lawyer said that he is disappointed by the court’s ruling: ”Notwithstanding the court’s opinion, it was our collective view that we brought appropriate claims that should have been recognized,” he said.