Morning Links: 11 July 2007

Healthways makes Motley Fool list of undervalued stocks in the midst of buybacks, NHR and Symbion file preliminary merger proxy statements, Tractor Supply opens its 700th store, and more...

Healthways listed among Motley Fool’s “5 Undervalued Stocks Being Bought Back” — company’s directors recently approved a $100 million buyback plan

Both National Health Realty and Symbion file preliminary proxy statements with the SEC concerning their respective mergers — NHR plans to be reabsorbed by National Healthcare, and Symbion is being bought out by private equity group Crestview Partners

California-based real estate firm Tower Investments, an active player lately in the commercial market locally, opens new Nashville office located at 411 Broadway, downtown — this is the first new office opened by Tower outside of its California headquarters

Milestone: Tractor Supply opens its 700th store