New York—Barron’s, a Dow Jones & Co. publication, Saturday unveiled its first redesign in nearly 11 years, incorporating changes based on more than a year of research with readers and advertisers. The revamped Barron’s continues to feature in-depth articles but has added "The Bottom Line," a box at the bottom of each feature containing Barron’s outlook for the stock or stocks being written about. Barron’s also includes several other new editorial features, including, "They Said What?"—interviews with people from the financial community on a specific question relating to market and policy issues facing the industry. For advertisers, Barron’s said, its redesign allows for more full-page, four-color ads to appear in the front pages and opposite feature stories.