Inside the first Amazon Go store
ABC News' Becky Worley reports on the first Amazon Go store to open to the public in Seattle, which features no checkout lines and no cash registers.
Amazon announces final cities for new headquarters
More than 200 communities made the pitch to be a second home to the e-commerce giant but only 20, including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and Los Angeles, made it into the next round.
Amazon insider reveals hottest Black Friday deals
Amazon's senior public relations manager, Lori Torgerson, shares details on "GMA" about Amazon's best deals and most popular items.
Speculation mounts about mystery buyer of $450M Leonardo da Vinci painting
Leonardo Da Vinci's "Salvator Mundi" sold for a record $450 million and some have speculated that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is the new owner.
Taylor Swift's pre-order record sales soar
Adrienne Bankert reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos now the richest man in the world with $90 billion net worth
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is now the richest man in the world, and he has the mammoth online retailer he founded to thank for his fortune.
Amazon CEO smashes bottle of champagne on top of wind turbine
Jeff Bezos celebrated the opening of a new wind farm in Texas by standing on top of a giant wind turbine and smashing a bottle of champagne on it.
Facebook tests new subscription model for Instant Articles
In today's tech bytes of those free news articles on FaceBook. May soon cost you FaceBook is teaming up with publishers including the Boston Globe the economist and the Washington Post to test the new subscription model and its instant article back. The tests will only be done of his what's
Cities go all out in bid for new Amazon headquarters
A city in Georgia offered to change its name to Amazon and install Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos as city's unelected leader while Tucson, Arizona, sent the e-commerce company a 21-foot cactus.
Rose McGowan makes new accusations against Weinstein
The actress made new accusations against the movie producer in a series of tweets directed at Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos as more actresses, including Kate Beckinsale and Emma Thompson, are speaking out against Weinstein.