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The definition of a deal is an agreement, the act of distributing cards in a game and a large amount of degree. An example of deal is a promise to finish homework each night in exchange for one hour of television.What is steals and deals?
Steals and Deals was an evening business news talk show aired weekdays from 7:30 to 8PM ET on CNBC from 1990 until c. 1997. Hosted by Janice Lieberman. Produced by Glenn Ruppel. Steals and Deals was CNBC's nightly investigative consumer finance show. The show's tagline was "if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is."What are brand deals?
A traditional sponsor pays to have its name associated with the sponsored product (channel, programme), but has no influence over the content. In a brand deal, the sponsor is the content: the company is paying an individual to show or demonstrate their product to the individual's followers or fans.