READING, Pa. - Main Street Bancorp said Tuesday that it had fired its top executive over a "difference in philosophy."The $1.6 billion-parent of Main Street Bank said chairman, chief executive officer, and president Nelson R. Oswald was relieved of his duties, as was senior vice president Norman E. Heilenman.

"The board felt it was time for a change" and "sees the need to return to shareholder value," said general counsel Andrew J. Rothermel.

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