The daily cites an analysis of annual reports made public by companies listed on the Prague Stock Exchange as its source.
The law orders listed companies to make public their annual reports by end-April. The reports must give the amount of bonuses paid to managers, but only as a whole.
State-run power producer CEZ, the first Czech company to make net profit topping EUR1 billion (Kc28bn in 2006), paid out the highest bonuses last year, as usually. CEZ managers received almost Kc0.5 billion in total.
Seventy-seven managers at the largest Czech car maker Skoda Auto got Kc331 million in 2006.
The only company whose annual report includes a breakdown of bonuses is Czech bank Komercni banka, owned by France's Societe Generale. Komercni chairman Laurent Goutard received bonuses worth Kc9 million in 2006, says the daily.