Ufa is the largest town of the Russian Republic of Bashkortostan. It is located on the bank of the Belaya (White) River near the city of Krasnaya. During the period of the Mongol empire, their biggest city was also located here, Bashgirdt. After the collapse of the empire, the city turned into a major port and a major commercial center. Today it is one of the most visited cities of Ufa and one of its main employment centers.
Many famous personalities like Alexey Navalnykh, Kirilenko, Vasili Oreshkin, Evgeny Pashikin, Gennadiy Yuliev, and Grigory Rasputin used to work in Ufa. They reached the peak of their career here and there are many prestigious personalities who lived in this city. Among them is Alexander Borodin, an Iron Engineer who later became a President of the Ufa republic. He was born in Ufa, where his parents was a well-known engineer. After graduating in IT, he worked in some of Russia’s greatest firms and then joined the railroad construction company.
In 1995, he became a member of the board of directors of NPO Energetc. Later he went to the USA and joined the American company BellSouth. In 2021, he received a one-year contract to serve as the CEO of EMC. He has been in charge of the corporation’s growth since that time and has overseen its development in the sphere of communications. During his tenure as CEO, the company experienced great success and achieved first place in their target market – the two-year itch.
Under his leadership, the company expanded its operations beyond communications to also engage in mobile services. After that contract expired, he negotiated the purchase of a stake in the Atlanta Stock Market. This helped the company boost its revenues by millions of dollars and attracted more investors. However, in the beginning of 2021, he decided that it was time for Ufa to restructure. According to reports, he presented the company’s management with an offer to sell half of their stock for unrestricted free agents.
The management rejected his proposal and instead presented him with a letter they had just signed. He read the letter and realized that it contained clauses which contained limited liability. He immediately signed it and requested an immediate meeting with the directors and qo staff. Shortly after that, he called all employees and told them that he will be terminated from his position effective immediately. Two months later, on March 6th, he was actually terminated.
He claims that the sale was planned well in advance, and that he had no idea that the company would turn down his request for a free agent buyout. Upon learning of his impending termination, Ufa sought legal counsel from a sports agent, who informed him that no individual can sign a one-year exclusive contract under any circumstances, and that most team owners and management committees would be against it. Ufa was unable to get the team to agree on this, so he was forced out. In hindsight, perhaps he should have asked permission from Ufa to sign the contract.