The Telegraph featured the views of Lazard's Archie Norman on the rapid upward shift the technological sector has made in the UK, in the wake of the economy falling significantly behind. The chairman champions the notion that government backing should be pushed towards the digital companies, such as Wonga, making these rapid advancements possible. Norman believes that this will help gain competitive advantage and economic progress. He hopes that the country can reroute capital into supporting technology businesses instead of placing resource focus on fuel consumption and house prices alone. He strongly advocates the so-called "Googles" of tomorrow.