Mellody Hobson Is About To Become The NFL's First Black Female Owner

Hobson, who is 53 years old, is regarded as one of the country's most prominent CEOs.

Although Hobson's ownership proportion has yet to be revealed, the sale price suggests that even owning a little portion of the squad would be extremely profitable.

According to rumours, the Walton family has agreed to sell their company for $4.65 billion.

The transaction would set a new record for the greatest amount paid for a sports team in North America.

 She made $40 million in 2002 alone from touring and album sales.

The transaction might take anywhere from 60 to 90 days to obtain the final steps of approval and close the deal.

The agreement is presently being reviewed by the NFL's finance committee

and it must be approved by a majority of the league's owners. For ultimate approval, a total of 24 yes votes are necessary.