Ingersoll Rand, the $13.2 billion manufacturer, named Janet Pfeffer vice president of business development and investor relations. She takes over responsibility for investor relations from Bruce Fisher, who is retiring in July. Pfeffer, 49, joined Ingersoll Rand in 2007 as vice president of finance for its industrial technologies sector and was named vice president of strategy and business development in February. Earlier in her career, she worked at United Technologies.

ABM Industries, a $3.5 billion facility services company, named Dean Chin chief accounting officer, corporate controller and senior vice president. He succeeds Joe Yospe, who left to become controller at Madison Square Garden. Chin, 41, had been ABM's assistant controller since 2008. Before joining ABM, he was director of finance at Reader's Digest Association and a senior manager at Ernst & Young.

Pentair, a $2.7 billion industrial company, hired Sara Zawoyski as vice president of investor relations. She replaces Todd Gleason, who was promoted to vice president of strategy and marketing for Minneapolis-based Pentair. Zawoyski most recently was vice president of investor relations at PepsiAmericas. Earlier, she served as PepsiAmericas' director of financial reporting and compliance and worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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