fell 18.2% in after-hours
trading after it met the Street's estimate for the third quarter and announced the resignation of CFO Heidi Miller, the high-profile executive it lured from
. The company also said it would lay off 87 of it 535 employees. The e-commerce company posted a third-quarter loss of 1 cent a share, matching the
First Call/Thomson Financial
consensus and improving on the year-ago 8 cent loss.