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Changes at Kintera

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Kintera, a publicly-held firm in San Diego that provides software and services to nonprofits and never has reported a profit, has announced a shakeup in its leadership.

Richard N. LaBarbera, who was named chief operating officer in February 2006, has been named president, replacing co-founder Harry Gruber, who also has been replaced as board chairman but will remain as CEO.

Board member Alfred R. Berkeley III, a former vice chairman of NASDAQ Stock Market Inc. and former president of NASDAQ, has been elected board chairman.

And Kintera co-founder Allen Gruber, the firm’s executive vice president and Harry Gruber’s brother, has resigned from the board “to focus on internal and operational functions,” the company says.

The firm still has not reported financial results for the fourth quarter of 2006.

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