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TheDeal.com Launches Deal Focus: TheDeal.com is integrating its database of M&A deals with its editorial coverage of these deals, in this ne…

TheDeal.com Launches Deal Focus: TheDeal.com is integrating its database of M&A deals with its editorial coverage of these deals, in this new subscription service. “Searching Deal Focus provides users with links to all relevant articles published by media company The Deal, LLC, assisting users to spot trends and analyze the past year’s transactions. The service is currently available to registered TheDeal.com subscribers.” Seems simple enough…shouldn’t the have been doing it all along? Or for that matter, shouldn’t sites like WSJ.com do it for all company tracking pages? See for example, their RealNetworks’ (Nasdaq: RNWK) tracking page: there should have been past stories from WSJ archives, but all they do is give access to the past 30 days of content and a box for searching paid archived content on Factiva. Someday I’ll write something on how Factiva is actually restricting WSJ.com from reaching its potential for getting new subscribers or enhancing its service…

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