By Sue Zeidler LOS ANGELES, March 19 (Reuters) - Times are tough in Beverly Hills. Well, tougher, anyway. As recession looms and Wall Street shivers, the Los Angeles area's richest are perhaps perspiring -- although they never actually sweat like other people. Just ask Tim O'Hara, general manager at O'Gara Coach Company, a Beverly Hills-based Rolls-Royce dealership that caters to rock stars, actors and Hollywood executives, many of whom live in the mansion-filled city adjoining Los ...
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