'GMA' Hot List: Richard Branson shares advice for how to make a 'positive difference'
Plus, James McAvoy discusses his "passion for garden gnomes," live on "GMA," ahead of his new animated film, "Sherlock Gnomes."
Branson opens up about the new book "WEconomy: You Can Find Meaning, Make a Living and Change the World," that was penned by his daughter Holly Branson and Craig Keilburger, live on "GMA."
Cosmetics mogul Bobbi Brown and tech entrepreneur Ankur Jain talk about their new venture firm, The Kairos Society.
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis sits down with the CEO of Flywheel Sports, Sarah Robb O'Hagan.
Hyperloop One co-founder Shervin Pishevar talks about the company, the only company in the world that has built a full-scale Hyperloop system.
The death toll from Hurricane Irma has climbed to 17 in the US, while thousands of homes in Texas remain under water.
The billionaire business magnate referred to Hurricane Irma as "the storm of the century."
Gilbert Ott promises to give travelers his first- or business-class seat if they see him at the airport and ask to switch.
The "GMA" anchors discuss whether talking during TV shows is acceptable behavior.
Time now for "Pop news." And there is a new shark in the water. Da, da, bethenny Frankel joining the line up for guest sharks on "Shark tank." The reality star, you know her from "The real housewives of new Jersey" then became a massive entrepreneur previously won our version of "Gma" "Shark tank."