NFL player Carl Nassib has taken to Instagram to come out as gay. The move is being called a watershed moment for American football, the country's most popular sport. Nassib's announcement comes as he enters his sixth season in the league and during Pride Month. We take a closer look.
Julie Hyman breaks down Wednesday's business headlines, including: Warren Buffett resigning from the Gates Foundation, Vegas building a new resort for $4.3 billion as the city hopes for a resurgence in business after COVID-19, Raiders' Carl Nassib's, the first openly gay player in the NFL, gaining the top-selling jersey in the league, Tesla's rival Xpeng Motors to raise $2 billion in Hong Kong listing, and Krispy Kreme's nearly $4 billion valuation ahead of IPO next week.
Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib made history on Monday after coming out as the first openly gay active player in the National Football League.