We reported last week on Pandora‘s stock price diving after a seemingly well-sourced Wall Street Journal article suggesting Apple was planning its own personal radio service. With no announcement at the company’s iPhone 5 launch event on Wednesday, despite a lengthy section devoted to music, investors have been piling back in to Pandora. Billboard notes that Pandora’s shares ended last week at $11.35, regaining half the loss it had taken after the WSJ article. Note, not all the loss: the report was authoritative enough to suggest that Apple will launch an ‘iRadio’ style service at some point, which would provide competition for Pandora.

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