You’ve spent the day shopping at Barnes & Noble, eating lunch at McDonald’s and working out at Bally Total Fitness. What’s that tune you keep humming? It’s probably something you heard in one — or all — of those venues, thanks to a company called Muzak.

Muzak — that’s right, the purveyor of so-called “elevator music” — is everywhere these days. According to Michael F. Zendan II, the privately held company’s general counsel, Muzak serves some 400,000 client locations and 100 million listeners worldwide. That, he says, is “a staggering amount when you compare it to other media.”

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