Dealbreaker is best described as a Wall Street tabloid. As you might imagine, they cover business and finance. They cover the markets. They cover transactions, and mergers and acquisitions, too, I bet. They also cover larger news, entertainment and culture.... as it pertains to business, of course. Dealbreaker is by no means a dry broadsheet.
There's even sometimes a sense of humor, or maybe gallows humor. Just yesterday, as the Dow Jones experienced its worst day since 2008, the site encouraged their readers to "Call the Close" and guess where the market would be at the closing bell. (They were at 400 below when they published that post. Market closed 512 under.) I like this for two reasons. One, keeping your head - and yes laughing - can probably help to avert panic like we saw yesterday. Two, this probably speaks to their reader, who most likely enjoy handicapping things. This is Wall Street, after all.
I don't pretend to be a big follower of business news, but I really like Dealbreaker. It synthesizes a subject I don't know all that much down to a language and tone I find both comfortable and familiar. It reads like a friend or an older sibling breaking all this down, telling me the deal.