Whaling was a big business in the 19th century, but, thankfully for the whales, it's now more or less a historical footnote. A pair of Harvard Business School professors thinks there's still value, though, in teaching students about the defunct industry that peaked in 1858. Thales Teixeira and David Bell recently authored a case—the standard HB
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