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September 19, 2003

* Sports-equipment maker K2 Inc. has tapped Robert Parish as president of its newly acquired Rawlings Sporting Goods Co. unit. Parish had been chief executive at Worth Inc., a privately held maker of softball and baseball equipment. Worth was recently acquired by Carlsbad, Calif.-based K2.

* Genta Inc., an unprofitable Berkeley Heights, N.J., developer of oncology drugs, won Food and Drug Administration approval to sell its first medicine, Ganite, to treat a complication of cancer.

* Polaroid Corp., which lost hundreds of millions of dollars before seeking bankruptcy protection in 2001, has earned nearly $33 million this year in its new incarnation, according to documents filed in Bankruptcy Court.

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