BOWLING GREEN Bowling Green State University named an Ann Arbor businessman as the first director of its Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
The center will be led by Milt Baker, a former executive for cell phone and microchip manufacturer Motorola and the founder of Automotive Communications Systems. With an annual budget of $500,000, the center offers programs to develop companies and forge connections between businesses.
A graduate of Lehigh University in Pennsylvania and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mr. Baker will receive an annual salary of $125,000.
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