By  on July 24, 2014

Wall Street loves a growth story above almost all else — but eventually investors want to see a profit and Inc. might be finally testing the limit.

Shares of the company slipped 9.4 percent to $325 in after-market trading Thursday as investors digested a steeper-than-expected loss from the Internet giant, which nonetheless continued to gain market share and post big sales gains.

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