Here are some of today's top AL.com business headlines:
Walmart is stepping into a new area this month to attract more online shoppers.
The dual-branded Hilton hotel in downtown Birmingham will open in September, a representative for the developer said.
Rachael Jackson has lifted money for StoryBridge on Indiegogo, a public crowdfunding website. She has raised nearly $5,000 and is hopeful more people will "buy into" the idea so she can bring it to market soon.
The proposed downtown Birmingham Food Truck Park could hold up to five food trucks at the corner of 1st Avenue North and 24th Street.
The maker of Hyland's Baby Teething Tablets and Hyland's Baby Nighttime Teething Tablets is recalling the products at the consumer level.
Gage Laswell, who turns 18 Sunday, is now the owner of Cahaba River Clothing, a line of T-shirts and other items which benefit its namesake. For every item sold on the company website, $1 is pledged to the Cahaba River Society.
Honda's Lincoln plant is getting ready to produce the new 2018 Odyssey minivan.