Apple Investors Yawn At Steve Jobs' Return

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Steve Jobs “appears on track” to return from medical leave as Apple’s (AAPL) full-time CEO this month, the WSJ reported last night.

That didn’t do much to excite Wall Street today: Shares rose just 0.6% to close at $144.67.

Monday could be more exciting: That’s when Apple is expected to announce its next iPhone.

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