Sometimes when I do an interview I get a feeling about what the interview is really about (e.g. you're told that a company will do a market entry if they can expect revenues of $10M the first year, so you realize that the main part of the interview is to figure out expected revenues for the first year). However, I often have other content in my structure as well, but when I ask for information about these things, they do not have any information about them. How should I move on from here? Should I continue to ask for each of them, should I ask a quite vague question that sort of includes the rest of my structure, or should I say that I feel that I have solved the core part of the case and move on?
Any suggestions to how you can understand what the interview is really about (e.g. any hints I should be aware of)?