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The Deal institutes broader pay wall, introduces Knowledge Centers

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New York—The Deal LLC has quietly made changes to its Web site, TheDeal.com, in the past week. While the twice-monthly magazine The Deal remains free to qualified subscribers (and most of that content will continue to appear free on the Web site), much of the daily content has gone behind a paid wall. "All daily news, plus commentary, data and analysis, is now only available on The Deal Pipeline, a transaction information service for investment banks, law firms, private equity firms, hedge funds, deal advisers and corporates," a note on TheDeal.com reads. Additionally, TheDeal.com has introduced Knowledge Centers on its Web site that allow marketers to create custom content aimed at TheDeal.com's readers. The company said the Knowledge Centers are "designed to meet your thought leadership and lead-generation goals."
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