It's time to check the meter on metered-mail giant Pitney Bowes (NYSE:PBI). The company's consistent dividend hikes made it one of the earliest picks in our Income Investor newsletter. Even though the company relies on the mature U.S. mail system for 68% of its operating profits, like postage itself, Pitney Bowes finds a way to inch its bottom line ever higher. On Monday morning, Wall Street is looking for the company to grow its profits 4% higher to $0.77 a share.

Gum snapper? Class skipper? Tuesday's got you covered with earnings reports out of Wrigley (NYSE:WWY) and Blackboard (NASDAQ:BBBB). You probably know plenty about the chewing-gum giant (and Income Investor pick), so let's take a closer look at Blackboard.

The Motley Fool Hidden Gems recommendation enables schools to run online campuses. As you can imagine, this is a booming business in the golden age of broadband madness. It certainly makes things easier in picking out what you're going to wear to attend college. The company was profitable until this past summer. Let's see whether it's any closer to graduating back into profitability.

M-I-C ... see Disney's (NYSE:DIS) quarterly financials real soon. K-E-Y ... why? Because the family entertainment giant reports on Wednesday. The Stock Advisor selection has been beating the market since CEO Bob Iger took over. He has been able to restore frayed relationships while leading the way in the convergence of old and new media. Having a hand in the world's most popular theme parks and putting out the country's two biggest flicks of 2006 should reflect nicely on the company's fiscal first-quarter report.

Speaking of amusement parks, regional operator Cedar Fair (NYSE:FUN) steps up to the loading platform for its quarterly ride on Thursday. Yes, this is the seasonally sleepy part of the Cedar Fair operating year. The market will mostly be tuning in to see how the integration of the Paramount Parks chain is coming along as we head into the 2007 season.

Yield chasers have been as drawn to the company as thrill seekers. The units have been singled out to Income Investor subscribers thanks to its healthy distributions. Cedar Fair currently yields a whopping 6.6%.

If you enjoy playing Monopoly or fiddling around with Mr. Potato Head, then you owe it to yourself to see what Hasbro (NYSE:HAS) is up to on Friday. The Stock Advisor recommendation should see its bottom line inch 10% higher to $0.67 a share for the holiday quarter. Does anyone know if you can stick some of that Monopoly money into Mr. Potato Head's plastic hands?

Until next week, I remain,

Rick Munarriz

Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz recommends windshield wiper fluid when trying to look forward. He is also part of the Rule Breakers newsletter research team, seeking out tomorrow's ultimate growth stocks a day early. He does own shares in Disney and units in Cedar Fair. The Fool has a disclosure policy.